TEACHER progress chart
This is basically a progress chart for 'grown-ups'. It's modeled on the Gantt chart. When I was working as an advisor I was perpetually snowed under and never felt as though I was getting anywhere. It's difficult to avoid feeling overwhelmed and frazzled when you have jobs that are a long-term type of project, plus a thousand little ones to do every day. My team leader suggested I draw up a chart like this and colour in a box every time I do a decent amount of work on that job. I did it, and stuck it on the wall in front of my desk. I cannot emphasise enough the positive effect it had on me to have my jobs/projects clearly listed in front of me and to have a 'visual' of them actually getting done! I have given you 10 boxes to fill in, because that seemed to be a good number of days or 'moments' to work on things to completion. You have the PowerPoint version here though, as well as the PDF, so you can easily edit the table to better suit your needs.
In this wee pack you get:
In PDF format: charts in 4 different colours (purple, grey, aqua and blue), each with 3 different borders.
In PowerPoint format: charts in 4 different colours (purple, grey, aqua, and blue) with one plain border.
How to use (this is explained on the product too):
Simply write all your jobs down the left-hand column.
Fill in the date due on the right-hand column (optional).
When you work on a job/project, just colour in a square (or date it) and watch your bar chart grow! It’s very satisfying when you have 50 million jobs, but you feel snowed under because you haven’t finished any! Now you can look at your chart and think, “Actually, I am going blimmin’ well!” Boom – what a champ!
Sharing/Copying this Resource
A lot of work went into this. I’d prefer you kept this resource to yourself. I’m happy for you to share larger products (like the Achievement Standard and Unit Standard tasks) with others in your department, but this is just a wee price. Buy your own, and let others buy theirs. Cheers! 😊